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Therapeutic Applications of Ayurvedic Oils

November 12 @ 6:00 am - 8:00 pm


Ayurvedic oils not only rejuvenates your mind and body but it also acts as a powerful recharger. Ayurvedic Self-massage offers various benefits for example nourishes dry skin and enhances concentration, pacifies doshas, relieves fatigue, enhance stamina, improves blood circulation, calms nerves, lubricates joints to name a few.

Ayurvedic self-massage or Abhyanga is a natural form of exercise that balances body and mind. But, before performing Abhyanga, we should consider our ‘Prakriti’ (constitution) and ‘Vikriti’ (current condition) and our external environment. Knowing our Prakriti (constitution) and Vikriti (current condition) also helps us in deciding which oils are best for us and how often should we use.

Ayurveda believes that human bodies are made up of five elements viz. air, water, fire, earth and ether; and these elements are represented in our bodies by three ‘bio-energies’ or three ‘doshas’ viz. Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Selecting Ayurvedic Oils for Abhyanga, consider your ‘dosha’ type or your Vikriti (current condition).

In this workshop Anjana will go through your unique body constitution and learn about therapeutic and medicinal benefits of Ayurvedic Oils best for your body type.

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Instructor: Anjana Bhargava, an Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor, is a Weston resident and has bachelor’s degree in mathematics and Master of Science (Electronics) from India. Anjana has been certified for Pulse Diagnosis and Marma Therapy (similar to Acupressure points) under well-known Ayurvedic Doctor, Vasant Lad from Ayurvedic Institute, Albuquerque NM. She is a graduate of Kerala Ayurveda Academy, California having completed 625 hours of study and pursuing Ayurvedic practitioner program. Anjana has been using spices and herbs in her kitchen daily for more than 20 years and has experienced their therapeutics effects in her life.

Anjana incorporates integrative approach with diet, lifestyle, pranayama, meditation, Ayurvedic therapies such as Mantra (sound), Marma therapy etc. in her health consultation. She offers educational workshops and cooking workshops to empower body-mind-soul connection and achieve balanced health and wellness. She discusses the practical application of Ayurvedic spices and herbs. Anjana has found Ayurveda an invaluable tool for personal evolution and guides each individual on how to determine long term goal of health and well-being by changing one’s diet and lifestyle. Anjana believes that Ayurveda and Yoga can bring positive change in our lives.



November 12
6:00 am - 8:00 pm
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